The Naval Intermediate and Naval Submarine Base Bangor into one base days the installation, one of four naval shipyards, Maintenance Facility, Pacific Northwest, was as part of its resource-optimizing Sea Enterprise handles drydock, overhaul, maintenance and established four years later, inas the pri- Initiative, along with all their associated enti- recycling services for nuclear-powered vessels as mary maintenance facility for the West Coast ties in Bremerton, Bangor, Keyport, Manchester, well as providing surface ship support.
Not offered during this academic year.
Students will be exposed to several mature and emerging technologies through a series of case studies. The physical concepts that govern the operation of these technologies will be developed from basic principles and then applied in simple design problems.
Students will also be exposed to state-of-the art innovations in each case study. Students are strongly advised to consult with the ME Department prior to registering for this course.
A study of ship characteristics and types including ship design, hydrodynamic forces, stability, compartmentation, propulsion, electrical and auxiliary systems, interior communications, ship control, and damage control; theory and design of steam, gas turbine, and nuclear propulsion; shipboard safety and firefighting.
This course will not count as a technical elective. Experiments in instrumentation and measurement: Experiments in engineering and physical phenomena: Mechatronic control of mechanical and electromechanical systems.
Control of various thermodynamic cycles, including internal combustion engine Otto cycle. Reverse engineering of an electromechanical product. Liquids and gases in static equilibrium.
Equations of energy and angular momentum. Pipe flow, laminar,and turbulent. Elements of compressible flow. Basic properties and concepts, thermodynamic properties of pure substances, equation of state, work, heat, the first and second laws for flow and nonflow processes, energy equations, entropy, and irreversibility.
Introduction to power and refrigeration cycles. Steady and unsteady heat conduction. Internal and external forced and free convective heat transfer. Introduction to drafting, engineering graphics, computer graphics, solid modeling, and mechanical engineering design.
Interactive computer graphics and numerical methods applied to the solution of mechanical engineering design problems. Theoretical introduction to static failure theories, fractre mechanics, and fatigue failure theories.
Introduction to conceptual design and design optimization problems. Design of machine components such as springs, shafts, fasteners, lead screws, rivets, welds. Modeling, analysis, and testing of machine assemblies for prescribed design problems. Problems will be drawn from statics, kinematics, dynamics, solid modeling, stress analysis, and design optimization.
Review of core courses in mechanical engineering, including mechanics, strength of materials, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, materials and processing, control, and mechanical design and analysis.
Review of additional topics, including engineering economics and ethics in engineering. The course culminates with a comprehensive examination, similar to the Fundamentals of Engineering examination.(TCO 3) For January, the cost components of a picture frame include $ for the glass, $ for the wooden frame, and $ for assembly.
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